Read the excerpt from Richard Wright’s Black Boy. The hunger I had known before this had been no grim, hostile stranger;



Read the excerpt from Richard Wright’s Black Boy.
The hunger I had known before this had been no grim, hostile stranger; it had been a normal hunger that had
made me beg constantly for bread, and when I ate a crust or two was satisfied. But this new hunger baffled
me, scared me, and made me angry and insistent.
Which best describes the new ype of hunger the narrator experiences?
. It is aggressive, and it terrorizes him.
It is a strange experience, and it confuses him.
O It is an ordinary type of hunger he has felt before.
O It is routine to
him, but he knows it is temporary.




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